Antiwar founder Justina Raimondo, who used to call himself an objectivist but no longer does, has composed an interesting essay on the life and work of Ayn Rand. I must confess, this is one writer I haven't really read. I know her mostly by reputation, and since much of her reputation rests on the latter-day proponents he tears into here... Well, let's just say certain warnings are given off.
Raimondo engages with Rand as a writer of fiction, which suggests that there's something there. So I guess I'm more likely to take a look-see now.